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  • 5-mistakes-to-avoid-when-riding-hardtail

    5 Mistakes to Avoid When Riding Hardtail

    Whenever someone talks about mountain biking, most people imagine those full-suspension bikes that look as if taken out of a sci-fi movie. And why not? Going off-road often requires cushioning your ride. Making it more comfortable. And, of course, most people actually ride those kinds…

  • first-time-buyers-guide-mountain-bikes

    First-Time Buyer’s Guide – Mountain Bikes

    You want to buy your first mountain bike but you have no clue where to start? This article is for you. Should you go for an XC bike or a trail bike? Do you need a hardtail or a full sus? It can feel overwhelming…

  • how-to-maintain-your-mtb-after-a-winter-ride

    How to Maintain Your MTB After a Winter Ride

    Riding in winter is about more than just enjoying the winter slopes and the occasional snowy ride. It’s an entire routine that only starts with riding your MTB and enjoying yourself. To be able to do that, however, the end of this routine is boring…

  • 5-descending-mistakes-that-could-cost-you-dearly

    5 Descending Mistakes That Could Cost You Dearly

    Speeding down a steep descent is the best part of riding a bike. It’s the reward you get for the hard climb – a few minutes of ultimate bliss. However, going down at speeds more appropriate for a meteorite is unsurprisingly dangerous. Descending at high…

  • 7-essential-mtb-spares-you-need-to-have-at-all-times

    7 Essential MTB Spares You Need to Have at All Times

    We all love to test our bike’s endurance. Not that we want to harm them. But let’s be honest. When going on a downhill slope with all the jumping, rough terrain, and thrilling features, our riding style is quite demanding to our trusted two-wheeled friends.…

  • mastering-descents-7-tips-to-improve-your-skills

    Mastering Descents: 7 Tips to Improve Your Skills

    Everyone loves descending. It’s your reward for climbing that God-awful peak, col or whatever you want to call it. When spending an hour climbing a 5-10% gradient, you certainly deserve the exhilaration, thrill and adrenaline that comes on the way down.